• Creator
  • Parker, Alfred
  • Created Date
  • 1920
  • Description
  • The Mazamas are an Oregon climbing group "organized on the summit of Mount Hood, in 1894. The purposes of the club are to explore the mountains, to disseminate authoritative and scientific information concerning them, and to encourage the preservation of forests and other features of mountain scenery in their natural beauty." Membership is open to "any person who as climbed to the summit of a snow-peak on which there is at least one living gla... more
    The Mazamas are an Oregon climbing group "organized on the summit of Mount Hood, in 1894. The purposes of the club are to explore the mountains, to disseminate authoritative and scientific information concerning them, and to encourage the preservation of forests and other features of mountain scenery in their natural beauty." Membership is open to "any person who as climbed to the summit of a snow-peak on which there is at least one living glacier, and the top of which cannot be reached by any other means than on foot.". less
  • Format
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    Letter (correspondence)
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